ANOTHER couple will be hailed the winners of Love Island this summer when they are crowned at this year's finale.
But who has won the show in the past? And are any couples still together? Find out below…
Who has won Love Island?
Celebrity Love Island 2005 – Jayne Middlemiss and Fran Cosgrave
During the celebrity version of Love Island, Fran Cosgrave stayed away from most of the drama but entertained audiences with his easy-going nature.
He went on to win the show with Jayne Middlemiss
They didn't stay together after the show as they were put together by the public.
Celebrity Love Island 2006 – Bianca Gascoigne and Calum Best
Again these two were voted together by the public.
But after a few public appearances together after the show, the reality TV veterans didn't stay together.
Calum and Bianca were reunited when they both appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2017.
Love Island 2015 – Jessica Hayes and Max Morley
The first winners of the reboot of the show split just six weeks after leaving the villa.
Max went on to date Charlotte Crosby but ended their fling after she was caught on Snapchat kissing ex-boyfriend Gary Beadle on a boozy night out.
He bounced back quickly and started dating the then Miss Great Britain, 2016's Zara Holland.
And more recently he's had an on-off romance with 2018 runner-up Laura Anderson.
Love Island 2016 – Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde
The winners from 2016 had a brief seven month split in 2017 but reunited a few weeks before Cara was due to give birth.
Their first child Freddie-George in December 2017, and they are now preparing to get hitched – with Cara spotted on her raucous Majorcan hen.
Love Island 2017 – Kem Cetinay and Amber Davies
Kem and Amber split after just 132 days of dating after a string of rows – despite saying they might get married.
In February 2018, The Sun exclusively revealed that Kem was dating Instagram model Ruby Blake.
They may not have found enduring love but they haven't done too badly as they have both earnt more than £1 million since leave the villa.
Love Island 2018 – Jack Fincham and Dani Dyer
The couple won last year's Love Island – as well as the hearts of the public – but despite seeming to be the perfect match they called off their union in April 2019.
On April 3, 2019, Jack Fincham revealed he and Dani Dyer had split just months after rekindling their relationship.
Jack made the announcement on Instagram and asked for fans' understanding.
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